Subsequent successful pregnancy and unusual course of preeclampsia in a patient with renal allograft


E.I. Prokopenko, I.G. Nikolskaya, A.V. Vatazin, S.V. Novikova, V.M. Gurieva, A.G. Yankovoy, E.O. Shcherbakova.

1 SBHCI MR "Moscow Regional Scientific Research Clinical Institute n.a. M.F. Vladimirsky" (MRSRCI n.a. M.F. Vladimirsky), the Surgical Department of Transplantology and Dialysis, Department of Transplantology, Nephrology and Artificial Organs, Moscow 2 SBHCI MR "Moscow Regional Scientific Research Clinical Institute of Obstetrics and Gynecology" (MRSRCIOG), Moscow
Pregnancy in females with chronic kidney disease (CKD) including kidney transplant recipients is associated with increased incidence of obstetrical and perinatal complications. Furthermore diagnostics of preeclampsia in pregnant women with CKD may be difficult because clinical features of preeclampsia and underlying disease are similar. Nevertheless favorable outcome of pregnancy is possible, and presented clinical case confirms it.

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Information about the authors:
Prokopenko E.I. – MD, Professor at the Department of Transplantology, Nephrology and Artificial Organs DIF MRSRCI n.a. M.F. Vladimirsky.; E-mail: renalnephron@gmail.com
Nikolskaya I.G. – PhD in Medical Sciences, obstetrician-gynecologist, Academic Secretary MRSRCIOG;
Vatazin A.V. – MD, Professor, Head of Department of Transplantology, Nephrology and Surgical Hemocorrection
Novikova S.V. – MD, Professor, Head of the obstetric observational department of MRSRCIOG
Gurieva V.M. – MD, Leading Researcher at the obstetric physiological department MRSRCIOG
Yankovoy A.G. – MD, Leading Researcher at the Surgical Department of Transplantology and Dialysis MRSRCI n.a. M.F. Vladimirsky
Shcherbakova E.O. – PhD in Medical Sciences, Teaching Assistant of the Department of Transplantology, Nephrology and Artificial Organs DIF MRSRCI n.a. M.F. Vladimirsky


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